- More than 3,000 Chinese delegates from leading health and personal care direct selling company Perfect China will descend on Sydney this week for their annual Leadership Seminar. This will be the largest group to ever climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
- The event, secured by Business Events Sydney in partnership with Destination NSW, is expected to inject A$21 million in to the New South Wales’s economy.
- China is Australia’s third largest market for business events with close to 65,000 arrivals in the year ending March 2013 – a five per cent increase on 2012.
The Perfect China Leadership Seminar 2013 takes delegates to new heights
More than 3,000 Chinese delegates from leading health and personal care direct selling company Perfect China will descend on Sydney this week for their annual Leadership Seminar, to motivate and reward high performing staff.
Proving Sydney, Australia is still a firm favourite for large corporate and incentive programs from the fast-growing China tourism market, the Perfect China Leadership Seminar will reward high-achieving members of Perfect China’s sales force with iconic Sydney activities, to capitalise on the aspirational nature of the harbour city and its surrounds.
One of the highlights of the Perfect China visit program will be scaling the heights of the Sydney Harbour Bridge with BridgeClimb to take in the sights of the city and harbour. This will be the largest group to ever climb the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
Speaking about the choice of destination for the corporate incentive Perfect China’s CharimanMr Koo commented, “We really liked the idea of literally sending our high-achievers to new heights by climbing a true Sydney icon.
“BridgeClimb, like many other suppliers in Sydney, was extremely accommodating and professional when catering for our large group. Perfect China delegates will climb Sydney’s Harbour Bridge over four days, with groups departing every 15 minutes from 10 am to 2.30 pm! As a result, 2,000 of our staff will be able to return home with memories of their climb that will last a lifetime – you can see all the way from the harbour heads to the Blue Mountains!”
In addition to a record-breaking BridgeClimb, the group will take in Sydney’s famous Opera House, magnificent harbour and winter sunshine onboard a Captain Cook Cruise. They will also enjoy a quintessentially Australian rural and outback experience at Tobruk Sheep Station. Set on the Hawkesbury River 70 minutes from Sydney CBD, the delegates will watch Aussie stockman ride on horseback working with sheepdogs to round the sheep in to yards.